21 Jul, 2018 @ 10:49
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Police investigating ‘illegal food vendors’ across Spain’s Costa del Sol

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WARNING: Police Inspections

AGENTS of the Policía Local of Marbella have conducted a surprise inspection of various street food vendors by the beach operating without license.

Javier Martín, the head of the Marbella Police, has posted a video of the deplorable conditions of these beach refreshments online.  

In the post, he warns beachgoers of consuming unauthorized produces: “Warning: when you are offered fruit on the beach, remember this video and see how it is transported.”


The video zooms in on the plastic containers contaminated with murky water and dried up residues of previous content, which were used to transport fruits sold by the ocean.

Another clip posted shows cream-filled pastries nearly melted that have been left in the back trunk of the car filled with trash.


CORRECTION: A previous version of this article said police were investigating beach bars


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